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2016-05-16 19:02:58
AGRIPPA Camillo
Venetia, appresso Roberto Meglietti, 1604. in-4, ff. (4), 71, (1 bianco), legatura coeva pergamena floscia, titolo ms. lungo il dorso. Dedica di G.B. Pulciani a Filippo Guidalotti. Frontesp. entro elaborata bordura con figure ed allegorie; ritratto dell'autore entro tondo e sue armi gentilizie. Illustr. da 51 incisioni in rame n.t.: di queste, 32 sono a mezza pag. mentre 18 sono impresse in coppia in orizzontale su 9 doppi fogli, il tutto inciso da Giulio Fontana. Si tratta degli stessi 12 rami della prima edizione ma tagliati a metà dividendo i due avversari, formando così 24 illustrazioni, riquadrate da un filetto e arricchite in alcuni particolari soprattutto negli sfondi e nel pavimento. Le 18 tavole disposte in orizzontale nella prima edizione vengono invece qui riproposte su doppio foglio; restano invariate invece le rimanenti ill. Terza edizione - assai più rara delle precedenti - dell'opera di Agrippa, uno dei più importanti trattati di scherma del Cinquecento, profondamente innovativo nell'introduzione dell'uso della spada di punta anzichè di taglio, in modo da portare le stoccate in modo rapido per linee interne: ''.portò un grandissimo incremento alla teorica della scherma. Forse allievo del Marozzo, ne abbreviò, ne modificò il trattato, spogliandolo di molte superfluità e vi aggiunse di suo moltissime norme. ritenuto come uno dei migliori maestri antichi, che vanti la scherma italiana e straniera. è il primo che faccia fare l'inquarto (cap. XVII). descrive vari combattimenti di due contro due e di tre contro due; il modo di battersi con due spade.''(Gelli). L'Ag … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-16 19:02:58
AGRIPPA Camillo
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-16 19:02:58
AGRIPPA Camillo
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-04-30 20:23:21
Parelle, Gabriel]
Paris: , mid-18th century. Paris, mid-18th century. Hardcover. Near Fine. Contemporary marbled paper over boards, leather backstrip, manuscript title in paper label on front board, printed paper spine label (a bit scufffed, No. 43 or 48?); oblong folio (388x284mm); 31 engraved plates depicting landscapes and great houses in France, some of them proofs-before-letters, with manuscript titles and privileges. Includes Pont-neuf, College des 4 Nations, Jardin de St. Germain en Laye, Chasteau et de la Caseade de St. Clou, La Maison de Sceaux, and others. Very scarce -- none located on OCLC, and auction records are scant. Binding worn, scuffed, bumped; but contents are very fine indeed. Gabriel Parelle (1604-1677) was a French draftsman and printmaker of topographic views and landscapes. A pupil of Simon Vouet (who introduced the Baroque style of painting to France), Parelle specialized in classical landscapes similar to those of Francisque Millet, although more obviously decorative. He founded an etching workshop, with the assistance of his sons Nicolas and Adam assisted him. Parelle was also a pupil of famed artist Daniel Rabel, and produced several hundred engravings both from his own drawings and from those of his contemporaries.
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-04-25 20:45:10
NOSTRADAMUS, Michel de
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2016-04-06 13:32:42
Anonym
Anonym. "Mogontia Metropolis". Kupf. (dat. 1604). Mit 3 Wappen, davon ein von 2 Engel gehalten. 15,5:46 cm. Gesamtansicht von Mainz über den Rhein. Darunter Legende 1-56 u. A-L.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
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2016-03-21 18:46:45
Bible. Polyglot. 1747. Reineccius.
Lipsiae: Sumtibus Haeredum Lanckisianorum Folio (37.4 cm, 14.75"). 3 vols. I: [20], 1604 pp. II: [36], 607, [1] pp. III: Add. engr. t.-p., [22], 968 pp.. 1747–51 Uncommon first complete edition, with extensive notes and much supplementary matter. This well-known and generally acclaimed polyglot Bible was edited by Christian Reineccius, a Lutheran scholar; Dibdin calls the work "very excellent and commodious." The Old Testament is present in German, Greek (ancient and modern), Hebrew and Latin; the Apocrypha in Greek, Latin, and German only; and the New Testament (which has a separate title-page) in Greek, Syriac, Latin, and German. The New Testament was originally published in 1713; Darlow and Moule says it was "reissued with a new title and preface in 1747; and the two volumes containing the O.T. and Apocrypha followed in 1750 and 1751." Each volume is decorated with two engraved headpieces (with the exception of vol. II, which has only one), several tailpieces, and decorative capitals. Vols. I and II have title-pages printed in red and black, while vol. III has an additional engraved title-page signed by Leipzig engraver Johann Gottfried Kriigner, known for his editions of works by Bach. Recent quarter morocco and marbled paper–covered sides, leather edges with gilt roll; spines with gilt-stamped title and volume, gilt-ruled raised bands, and gilt-stamped compartment decorations. Title- and final pages each with one institutional pressure- and one rubber-stamp, a few other pages rubber-stamped; lower (closed) book edges rubber-stamped. Title-page of vol. I with unobtrusiv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-03-16 21:12:44
FIORENTINO, Remigio, R.P.M., CAMILLI, Camillo; [CANISIUS, Petrus].
Venetia[Venice]: Apresso Giorgio Angelieri 1604 - The Epistles and Gospels to be read throughout the year, according to the Church services. Originally written by the Jesuit Petrus Canisius (although only the Translators are mentioned in the title). Original full vellum binding, with titles written to a paper label on the spine. Gift inscription to the front end paper. vignette title page with inscription "librio di Guid Antonio Belerarni 1708" in ink. Publisher’s introduction, Saint days of the year (with a small woodcut for each month), contents, and text. The pagination runs to page 572. The second part (Coninciano le Lettioni) has a separate pagination, but was always intended to be part of the same work, the main part finishing the register at Nn8 - the continuation begining Aaa. There are a large number of woodcuts throughout, and each new date / lesson, has a historiated capital. A very nice copy. The vellum binding is somewhat darkened and with a little marking, but is still flexible and has no cracks to it. The hand written spine label is still legible. Internally, clean and tidy throughout. There is a little darkening to the pages with the odd page having foxing spots. A few of the pages have tiny nicks to the edges and there is a tiny amount of worm damage to the rear of the book, but none affecting the text. Overall a very nice copy of this work. This work is translated by Remigio Fiorentino. His real name was Remigio Nannini. He was born in Florence (Firenze) Circa 1521 He died in 1581, and was a Dominican. This was his most popular work. Angelieri publish … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Harrison-Hiett Rare Books. ABA/ILAB PBFA
2016-03-07 21:52:07
HOROZCO Y COVARRUVIAS, IVAN DE
Zaragoza, Alonso Rodriguez 1604 - 1604, Zaragoza, Alonso Rodriguez. Primera portada a dos tintas, portada de la segunda y tercera parte en negro (Año 1603). CINCUENTA EMBLEMAS XILOGRÁFICOS GRABADOS. Ejemplar muy fatigado, Portada y primeras 5 páginas muy manchadas. Falto de una página (201) + 16h., de índice y Tabla. Por lo que están todos los emblemas Encuadernación en pleno pergamino de época fatigado. TA271114 Entre los siglos XV y XVIII se denominó emblema (también empresa, jeroglífico o divisa) a lo que está puesto dentro o encerrado, a una imagen enigmática provista de una frase o leyenda que ayudaba a descifrar un oculto sentido moral que se recogía más abajo en verso o prosa. En los inicios del género y durante el siglo XVI, lo que interesó a los emblemistas fue, sobre todo, el aspecto utilitario y didáctico del emblema. El poder disuasorio de las imágenes las convertía en una herramienta didáctica o de propaganda para enseñar el camino de la virtud. Para una persona culta de nuestro Siglo de Oro el ingenio de que tenía que hacer alarde le obligaba al uso constante de referencias y alusiones simbólicas.(Feliciano Ramírez de Arellano) FILOSOFIA, RELIGION [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ROMO
2016-02-21 20:40:11
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A rare collection of the statutory compilations containing all the legislation enacted by Parliament during the reign of James I (save three subsidies), including the foundational acts concerning witchcraft (in 1604) and monopolies (in 1624). Modern 1/4 and 3/4 calf over marbled boards, some browning, minor marginal worming, occasional early annotations, sound and usable; the Taussig copies. Imprinted . . . by Robert Barker [imprints vary], London, 1604-24.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2016-02-11 22:49:19
Seber, Wolfgang.
[Heidelberg], Commelinus, 1604. (Titel mit umlaufender figürlicher Holzschnittbordüre) [10 nn Bll.] 559 S.dreispaltiger griechischer Druck. 4°, Ganzpergamentband der Zeit mit feiner Blindprägung. Hoffmann II, 360; Graesse VI, 337; Ebert II, 20776 (\"Erste Ausgabe sehr selten\"); VD17 23:289866E Erste Ausgabe der ersten Homer-Konkordanz überhaupt in sehr gutem Exemplar von Wolfgang Seber (1573-1634) aus Suhl. Versand D: 2,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder
2016-02-08 22:28:23
Vesalius, Andreas
Joan. Anton. et Jacobus de Franciscus, Venice, 1604. Vesalius, Andreas (1514-64). Anatomia: Addita nunc postremo etiam antiquorum anatome. Folio. [8, including engraved title by Francisco Valegio], 510, [46], [20]pp. Woodcut text illustrations by Joannes Criegher after the original Vesalian woodcuts. The last 20 pages consist of a separately titled appendix: Universa antiquorum anatome tam ossium, quam partium & externarum, & internarum ex Rufo Ephesio medico antiquissimo: Tribus tabellis explicate per Fabium Paulinum . . . Venice: apud Joan. Anton. et Iacobum de Franciscis, [1604]. 318 x 216 mm. Modern vellum. Margins of first and last signatures repaired, title a bit soiled, half-title (Cushing's *1) bound after engraved title (Cushing's *2), signature Xx bound after Yy. Upper margin of title inscribed "Inclita Nationis Polona Patavii Sumptibus," faint ownership inscription dated 1677 on verso title, partly effaced inscription ("Sumptibus nationis emptus") on dedication leaf. Very good./p> Fifth edition of the Fabrica. The typography of this edition closely follows that of the fourth edition, issued in 1568 by the Venetian printer Francesco Senense, father of Giovanni Antonio and Jacopo de Franceschi. This fifth edition also reprints the reduced-size woodblocks prepared by Joannes Criegher for the fourth edition. "The sons of Francesco Senense must have come into possession of Criegher's carefully engraved wood-blocks and when in 1604 their father's edition of 1568 presumably became sold out, they decided to issue another in precisely the same format . . . Fabricius of Ac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-01-27 23:14:39
Bible. Polyglot. 1747. Reineccius.
Lipsiae: Sumtibus Haeredum Lanckisianorum Folio (37.4 cm, 14.75"). 3 vols. I: [20], 1604 pp. II: [36], 607, [1] pp. III: Add. engr. t.-p., [22], 968 pp.. 1747–51 Uncommon first complete edition, with extensive notes and much supplementary matter. This well-known and generally acclaimed polyglot Bible was edited by Christian Reineccius, a Lutheran scholar; Dibdin calls the work "very excellent and commodious." The Old Testament is present in German, Greek (ancient and modern), Hebrew and Latin; the Apocrypha in Greek, Latin, and German only; and the New Testament (which has a separate title-page) in Greek, Syriac, Latin, and German. The New Testament was originally published in 1713; Darlow and Moule says it was "reissued with a new title and preface in 1747; and the two volumes containing the O.T. and Apocrypha followed in 1750 and 1751." Each volume is decorated with two engraved headpieces (with the exception of vol. II, which has only one), several tailpieces, and decorative capitals. Vols. I and II have title-pages printed in red and black, while vol. III has an additional engraved title-page signed by Leipzig engraver Johann Gottfried Kriigner, known for his editions of works by Bach. Recent quarter morocco and marbled paper–covered sides, leather edges with gilt roll; spines with gilt-stamped title and volume, gilt-ruled raised bands, and gilt-stamped compartment decorations. Title- and final pages each with one institutional pressure- and one rubber-stamp, a few other pages rubber-stamped; lower (closed) book edges rubber-stamped. Title-page of vol. I with unobtrus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2016-01-27 23:14:39
Bible. Polyglot. 1747. Reineccius.
Lipsiae: Sumtibus Haeredum Lanckisianorum Folio (37.4 cm, 14.75"). 3 vols. I: [20], 1604 pp. II: [36], 607, [1] pp. III: Add. engr. t.-p., [22], 968 pp.. 1747?-51 Uncommon first complete edition, with extensive notes and much supplementary matter. This well-known and generally acclaimed polyglot Bible was edited by Christian Reineccius, a Lutheran scholar; Dibdin calls the work "very excellent and commodious." The Old Testament is present in German, Greek (ancient and modern), Hebrew and Latin; the Apocrypha in Greek, Latin, and German only; and the New Testament (which has a separate title-page) in Greek, Syriac, Latin, and German. The New Testament was originally published in 1713; Darlow and Moule says it was "reissued with a new title and preface in 1747; and the two volumes containing the O.T. and Apocrypha followed in 1750 and 1751." Each volume is decorated with two engraved headpieces (with the exception of vol. II, which has only one), several tailpieces, and decorative capitals. Vols. I and II have title-pages printed in red and black, while vol. III has an additional engraved title-page signed by Leipzig engraver Johann Gottfried Kriigner, known for his editions of works by Bach. Recent quarter morocco and marbled paper?-covered sides, leather edges with gilt roll; spines with gilt-stamped title and volume, gilt-ruled raised bands, and gilt-stamped compartment decorations. Title- and final pages each with one institutional pressure- and one rubber-stamp, a few other pages rubber-stamped; lower (closed) book edges rubber-stamped. Title-page of vol. I with unobtrus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2016-01-22 21:39:13
PLANCIUS, Petrus (1552-1622)
Amsterdam 1604 - Amsterdam: B. Van Deutecum, ca. 1604. Second State with the Addition of "Magallanica". Hand coloured copper engraved map ca. 28,5x51 cm (11 ½ x 20 in). Repair to split in lower left part of map with a piece of blank margin expertly repaired with old paper. Right side remargined with old paper and with lower part of printed border expertly replaced in manuscript. A strong impression and overall still a very good copy of this rare map. This attractive and very rare world map in two hemispheres is from a Dutch bible from 1604. First published in 1590, here in its second state from a Dutch bible; with "Magellanica" at bottom. Plancius "Was one of the first to appreciate the significance of earlier Portuguese charts and in 1602 was appointed official cartographer to the Dutch East India Company. Most of the maps prepared by Plancius are uncommon, if not rare, as they were not reprinted in standard atlas form. One of his earliest productions is this world map in double hemispherical form after Rumold Mercator's world map of 1587. It incorporates the improvements found on the post-1587 world map of Ortelius including a re-shaped South America and the insertion of the Solomon Isles. Plancius has introduced yet further changes on his own, based on the latest Portuguese information regarding the far west coast of America and the west coast of Asia. Japan is shown for the first time (not entirely correctly) as one small and three larger islands" (Shirley 177); The map "is beautifully engraved in a strapwork surround with a compass rose and armillary sphere tucked betw … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Wayfarer's Bookshop, ABAC/ILAB/PBFA
2016-01-15 21:10:18
MAINZ:
Kupferstich ( anonym ) aus Serarius, Rerum Mogunticarum, 1604, 18,3 x 45,5 Nicht im Katalog Mainz von Stopp/ Brumme. Interessante Ansicht, die erstmals 1604 erschien. Der Betrachter sieht über Mainz hinweg in das Hinterland mit Dalheim und Gonsenheim. - Allseitig knapprandig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
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2016-01-12 00:55:36
Mariano, Christophoro (d.i. Daniel Mattsperger):
Würzburg/ o.Dr., 1604. 1 blattgr. Kupferstich/ 8 Bl., 159 S., 3 Bl.; 8°/ Pgt. d. Zt.; Einbandkanten und Kapitale bestoßen und beschabt, dort unfachmännisch mit Leim stabilisiert; innen lediglich leicht gebräunt und etwas wellig. Im Vorsatz und im Titel mehrere Besitzvermerke und Stempel. Dort ebenso ein ganzseitiger hs. Eintrag über Marianus. S. 159 und das erste nn. Blatt verklebt. - Seltene Festschrift zum 30-jährigen Regierungsjubiläum Julius Echters. Der Kupferstich von Leipolt (der auch die 3 großen Kupferstiche der Festung Marienberg, der Universität und des Juliusspitales anläßlich des Regierungsjubiläumes für dieses Buch fertigte, welche jedoch fehlen) präsentiert die Erfolge Echters in allegorischen Personifizierungen. Die Weisheit verweist z.B. auf ein Wappenschild mit einer Abbildung der von ihm gegründeten Universität. Das in einem reich verzierten Medaillon präsentierte fürstbischöfliche Wappen wird bekrönt von der Mutter mit dem Kind, der Patrona Franconia. Ihr zur Seite stehen der Frankenapostel Kilian und der Bistumsgründer Burkhard. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Bücher, Deutschland, Franken, Würzburg, Julius Echter
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tobias Müller
2016-01-12 00:55:36
Mariano, Christophoro (d.i. Daniel Mattsperger):
Würzburg/ o.Dr., 1604. 1 blattgr. Kupferstich/ 8 Bl., 159 S., 3 Bl.; 8°/ Pgt. d. Zt.; Einbandkanten und Kapitale bestoßen und beschabt, dort unfachmännisch mit Leim stabilisiert; innen lediglich leicht gebräunt und etwas wellig. Im Vorsatz und im Titel mehrere Besitzvermerke und Stempel. Dort ebenso ein ganzseitiger hs. Eintrag über Marianus. S. 159 und das erste nn. Blatt verklebt. - Seltene Festschrift zum 30-jährigen Regierungsjubiläum Julius Echters. Der Kupferstich von Leipolt (der auch die 3 großen Kupferstiche der Festung Marienberg, der Universität und des Juliusspitales anläßlich des Regierungsjubiläumes für dieses Buch fertigte, welche jedoch fehlen) präsentiert die Erfolge Echters in allegorischen Personifizierungen. Die Weisheit verweist z.B. auf ein Wappenschild mit einer Abbildung der von ihm gegründeten Universität. Das in einem reich verzierten Medaillon präsentierte fürstbischöfliche Wappen wird bekrönt von der Mutter mit dem Kind, der Patrona Franconia. Ihr zur Seite stehen der Frankenapostel Kilian und der Bistumsgründer Burkhard. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Bücher, Deutschland, Franken, Würzburg, Julius Echter
Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat Tobias Müller [Würzburg, Germany]
2016-01-10 21:51:32
Philippe Galle
Antwerpen [] 1604 - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, teilweise koloriert, 1556. Von Hendrik van Cleve. 17,6 x 24,6 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 25,5 x 32,5 cm (Blatt). Aus: Philippe Galle, Ruinarum varii prospectus, ruriumq[ue] aliquot delineationes (Antwerpen [1604]). - Innerhalb der Darstellung rechts unten monogrammiert "HVC", darunter betitelt. Links unten bezeichnet "Henri. Cliuen. inuen." Verlegt bei Philipp Galle in Antwerpen. - Es handelt sich hierbei um die älteste Darstellung Dresdens. - Papier schwach gebräunt und angeschmutzt. Kleinerer Einriss im unteren Rand. Dem alter entsprechend guter Erhaltungszustand. Hendrik van Cleve (um 1525 - 1589 Antwerpen). Flämischer Maler und Kupferstecher. Sohn des Willem van Cleve dem Älteren. Ausbildung bei Frans Floris, an dessen Landschaftsgemälden er laut Carel van Mander mitgewirkt haben soll. Nach einer Italienreise 1551 Meister in Antwerpen. 1569 Meister der Utrechter Malergilde. Seine zahlreichen Kupferstiche erschienen zumeist bei Philipp Galle in Antwerpen.
Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL
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2016-01-04 00:22:18
Hondorff, Andreas:
Wittenberg, Selfisch und Seuberlich 1604.Mit Titelholzschnitt und einigen Textholzschnitten. 904 S., 20 Bll. Manuskriptprgt. des 15. Jhdts. 20 x 17 cm. VD17 12:105681Y; Graesse III, 342; Henning, Faust - Bibliographie I, 731. Vgl. Goedeke II,127. Hayn - Got. III, 340f: "Dieses Werk darf mit Fug und Recht eine bisher wohl kaum bearbeitete literarische und kulturgeschichtliche Fundgrube genannt werden ... Namentlich viel über Ehebruch, Mord, Zauberei, Teufel, Juden". Beschreibt u.a. auch Faust und andere Schwarzkünstler. - Der interessante Einband fleckig und etwas berieben. Tls. leicht fleckig. Bitte um Beachtung: Wir sind bis einschließlich 14.01.2016 im Urlaub, der Versand Ihrer Bestellung erfolgt am 15.01. - Please note: Until Jan. 14th we are on holidays, ordered items will be mailed at Jan. 15th. Bücher la
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2015-12-23 17:44:35
GLAUBER, Johann Rudolph.
Partington II, pp. 341-361, nos. 14, 8, 15, 6, 16, 17; STCN (6, 6, 4, 4, 5 & 4 copies); for the author: DSB V, pp. 419-423. Collection of six works mainly concerning iatrochemistry, chemistry for healing purposes, by Johann Rudolph Glauber (1604-1670), "the best practical chemist of his day" (DSB). The present Latin editions were published more or less simultaneously with the original German ones.The first is a medical handbook for seamen, recommending the use of hydrochloric acid (oleum salis) for a long list of illnesses; the second a guide for making wine and spirits from fruits and vegetables; the third a treatise on the universal medicine (aurum potabile), which he then believed to be nitre (saltpetre); the fourth the continuation to his Miraculi mundi, where he begins to recognize the medical significance of what we now know as Glauber's salt; this last notion is elaborated in the two concluding treatises.With 1661 owner's inscription on flyleaf. Some occasional minor foxing, the three plates trimmed very close, shaving the illustration, and a tiny stain on the fore-edge, but still in good condition. Binding with a couple wormholes in the spine and a small part of the hinges damaged, otherwise in very good condition..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2015-12-21 18:42:35
KEPLER, Johannes
Frankfurt: : Claudius Marnius & heirs of Joannes Aubrius, 1604. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to (205 x 157 mm). [16], 449, [19], [2] pp., including woodcut device on title, one engraved plate showing various anatomical sections of the eye bound at end, numerous woodcut diagrams in the text, two folding printed tables, and the unnumbered leaf with plate explanations. Browned throughout (about half of the text heavily) as usual due to poor quality of paper-stock, some waterstains to final leaves, short wormhole to blank fore-margin. Contemporary vellum over thin boards, spine titled in ink (boards soiled, spine tanned, vellum chipped and torn at fore-edges, little worming to spine). Still good, unsophisticated and well-margined copy in its original binding, collated complete. ---- Caspar 18; Cinti 13; Zinner 3993; Honeyman 1781; Garrison, 260; NLM/Krivatsy 6343; DSB VII, 298. - FIRST EDITION of Kepler's important and highly significant book in the history of optics. The first part of 5 chapters deals with human vision and the functions of the eye, the crucial role played by the retina, the process of refraction and the first scientifically correct explanation of myopia. The second part is divided into six sections, which "include not only a discussion of parallax, astronomical refraction, and his eclipse instruments but also the annual variation in the apparent size of the sun. Since the changing size of the solar image is inversely proportional to the sun's distance, this key problem was closely related to his planetary theory; unfortunately, his observational results were not d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2015-12-19 13:36:05
Alchemie - Trismosin, S[alomon] [Pseud.]:
- Darinnen der aller fürnemisten / fürtrefflichsten / ausserlesenesten / herrlichisten und bewehrtesten Auctorum Schrifften und Bücher / auß dem gar uralten Schatz der uberblibnen / verborgnen / hinterhaltenen Reliquien und Monumenten der Aegyptiorum, Arabum, Chaldaeorum & Assyriorum, Königen und Weysen. Von Dem Edlen / Hocherleuchten / Fürtreffenlichen / bewehrten Philosopho Salomone Trismosino (so deß grossen Philosophi und Medici Theophrasti Paracelsi Praeceptor gewesen) in sonderbare underschiedliche Tractetlein disponiert / und in das Teutsch gebracht. Sampt anderen Philosophischen alter unnd newer Scribenten sonderbaren Tractetlein / alles zuvor niemalen weder erhört noch gesehen / wie der Catalogus gleich nach der Vorrede zuverstehen gibt. Durch einen der Kunst Liebhabern mit grossem Kosten / Mühe / Arbeyt und Gefahr / die Originalia und Handschrifften zusammen gebracht / und auffs trewlichest vnd fleissigst an Tag geben. Vormals gedruckt zu Rorschach am Bodensee / Anno M.D.XCVIII und zu Basel. 1604 in fünf verschiedenen Tractaten; itzo aufs neue auffgelegt und in ein Volumen gebracht. [2. dtsch. Ausg.]. Hamburg, bey Christian Liebezeit, 1708. 8 Bll. (Titel rot/schwarz), 816 S., mit einem gest. Paracelsus-Porträt (S.90), 14 alchemistischen Holzschnitt-Illus. u. weiteren kl. Textfig. sowie 36 meist blattgroßen Kupfern, 8°, Pappband d. Zt. Ferguson II, 469 (zur EA von 1598); Ferchl 542; vgl. Kopp I,242 u. Schmieder S.249-254. - "Eine der wichtigsten frühen Sammlungen alchemistischer Schriften, die den meisten Sammlungen unerreichbar blieb" (Chorinski). Enthält alle fün … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
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2015-12-19 13:34:49
ZÜRICH (Kanton):
- Kupferstich v. Cyprianus Eichovius (Eickhovius) aus Delitiarum Germaniae . b. Cornelius Sutorius in Oberursel, 1604, 10 x 11,5 Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses, Eich 3, 44. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Basel, Solothurn, Rapperswil und Konstanz. - Unten links Titelkartusche. - Extrem seltene Karte! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2015-12-12 10:50:51
Galenus, (Claudius):
Argentorati, Zetzner, 1604. Gr.-4°. (3) Bl., 1298 Spalten (teilw. als Seiten gezählt), (74) Bl. Mit 2 unterschiedlichen Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. Lederband der Zeit (beschädigt). Krivatsy 1643. - Späte Ausgabe der erstmals 1548 von Andrés de Laguna herausgegebenen und kommentierten Schriften Galens. Die Epitome sind die wesentlichen Beobachtungen, die uns von Galen (130-200) hinterlassen wurden, sie sind der Höhepunkt der Humoralpathologie. Sie revolutionierten die ärztliche Heilkunst und systematisierten das vollständige medizinische Wissen seiner Zeit. Andrés de Laguna (1499-1560) war Professor in Bologna und Leibarzt verschiedener Päpste. Er berarbeitete diesen Auszug im Landhaus von Cicero in Tusculum. - Einbandgelenke teilweise angeplatzt. Lederrücken an Kopf und Fuss mit Einrissen und Fehlstellen. Durchgehend gebräunt und stockfleckig. Titelblatt mit handschr. Einträgen, alt hinterlegtem Papierverlust und Einsrissen. Der Schnitt angestaubt und mit Wurmgängen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2015-12-04 22:00:57
Hondorff, Andreas:
Wittenberg, Selfisch und Seuberlich 1604. Mit Titelholzschnitt und einigen Textholzschnitten. 904 S., 20 Bll. Manuskriptprgt. des 15. Jhdts. 20 x 17 cm. VD17 12:105681Y; Graesse III, 342; Henning, Faust-Bibliographie I, 731. Vgl. Goedeke II,127. Hayn-Got. III, 340f: \"Dieses Werk darf mit Fug und Recht eine bisher wohl kaum bearbeitete literarische und kulturgeschichtliche Fundgrube genannt werden ... Namentlich viel über Ehebruch, Mord, Zauberei, Teufel, Juden\". Beschreibt u.a. auch Faust und andere Schwarzkünstler. - Der interessante Einband fleckig und etwas berieben. Tls. leicht fleckig. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
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2015-11-20 09:18:02
MORENNE Claude de
MORENNE Claude de - Oraisons funebres et tombeaux. Avecques les Cantiques, Quatrains, & autres Poëmes, tant François que Latins MORENNE Claude de Oraisons funebres et tombeaux. Avecques les Cantiques, Quatrains, & autres Poëmes, tant François que Latins Pierre Bertault, Paris 1604, in-8 (11x17,5cm), 4 parties reliées en un volume. Très rare première édition collective, en partie originale, des œuvres de Claude de Morenne (1550-1606), prédicateur du roi Henri IV et évêque de Sées.Reliure de l'époque en plein vélin crème souple. Dos lisse orné de filets et petits fleurons dorés. Double filet doré en encadrement des plats. Toutes tranches dorées.Un infime trou de ver sur la tranche de tête du volume.Le recueil est dédié au secrétaire Villeroy et comprend, outre divers Oraisons funebres et tombeaux (124 ff.), les Cantiques spirituels (77 pp.), les Quatrains (20 pp.) et les Poemes divers (104 pp.). Ex-libris gravé portant les initiales PR et la devise Notre-Dame protège la France et la lignée de nos rois.Bel exemplaire. *** [Please note that the English version might contain errors of translation, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!] The very rare first collected edition, first in parts, of the works of Claude de Morenne (1550-1606), preacher to King Henri IV and Bishop of Sées.Contemporary cream-colored supple vellum, spine with fillets and little gilt fleurons, double gilt fillet frame to covers, all edges gilt.One tiny wormhole to top edge.This collection is dedicated to Secretary of State Villeroy and contains, as well as various Fune … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-19 11:55:02
Linschoten, Jan Huygen van
[Amsterdam: Cornelis Claesz, 1604. Twenty-nine (of thirty) plates, plus two maps and one extra plate. Oblong quarto. Contemporary Dutch vellum, gilt. Cockled, soiled. Marginal stains on two plates; one plate chipped in margin, not affecting text. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. This extremely rare portfolio of plates consists of fine early impressions of Linschoten's famous views of Portuguese Asia. They are among the first eyewitness illustrations of the East to reach Europe, and were by far the most widely disseminated. Donald Lach has called them "a watershed in Europe's pictorial impression of Asia." They rank among the most influential images of the period, and appeared in the many subsequent editions of Linschoten's works. The illustrations were executed by Joannes and Baptista Doetechum from sketches brought back by Linschoten. Linschoten described the images of the people, places, methods of travel, and animals of Asia as "counterfeits from life," which would give a realistic representation of what he saw, but also a general perception of the reality of the distant East. In the present copy, a large, double-page view of Goa is missing, while two maps, one of Mozambique and one of Ascension Island, have been added. Also added is an untitled panorama of an Indonesian or Malaysian procession. This plate is likely connected to the 1598 Claesz publication of Houtman & Loewijk's account of the first Dutch expedition. It seems clear that the present item is one of the very rare issues of the plates produced for separate sale by Linschoten's pub … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-10 22:23:58
Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius [Quintilian] / [Petrus Pithoeus resp. Pierre Pithou, wohl Hsg./Bearb.].
[Genevae], Excudebat Jacobus Stoer / [Geneva, Genève, Genf], gedruckt von Jacob (Jakob) Stoer 1604. 2 Titel in 1 Band. Kl.-8° (ca. 18 x 12 x 6 cm). 7 Bll. (st. 8, erster Titel fehlt), 568, 28 Bll. (Index), u. 551+1 SS. (davon 1 Bl. mit Titel und Inhaltsverzeichnis zu Teil 2), 3 Bll. (Index). Typographisch sorgfältiger Schriftsatz in 6-Punkt (Anmerkungen: 5-Punkt) Antiqua. Perg. d.Zt. (leichte Patina; wenig fleckig u. berieben, Vorderdeckel-Überschlag mit länglicher Fehlstelle (, textile Schliessbänder fehlen) mit blindgepr. Fileten u. 4 durchgezogenen Bünden über Pp.-Deckeln. Einige wenige akkurate alte Unterstreichungen in roter und schwarzer Tinte. Leichte Alters-, wenig Gebrauchsspuren, erste Textseite mit altem Besitzerstempel im Aussensteg. Gesamthaft sauberes, bemerkenswert gutes Exemplar. Besitzerstempel mit ligiertem und gespiegeltem Monogramm (FG oder GF ?) überhöht von Adelskrone. ? Impressum gem. Druckvermerk zu den ?Declamationes?, Titel der ?Institutionum? nach Eintrag der BNF. ? Interessanter und schöner, relativ früher Genfer Druck. Ausgaben der beiden Titel Quintilians erschienen bei Stoer seit ca. 1579 - Titelzusätze 1. [Graesse: summa dilig. ad fidem vetustiss. codd. recogn. ac rest. Access. huic renovatae editioni declamationes quae tam ex Pe. [Petri] Pithoei quam aliorum biblioth. et edd. colligi potuerunt] / 2. [.] hoc est, quae ex CCCLXXXVIII. supersunt CXLV. Declamationes, Ex vetere exemplari restitutae. Item, Calpurnii Flacci excerpta X. Rhetorum minorum LI. una cum Dialogo de Oratoribus sive Causis corrupte eloquentiae Omnia haec ex P. Pithoei, IC. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-10-18 08:23:34
Spangenberg Cyriacus, 1528-1604
Spangenberg Cyriacus, 1528-1604. Sächssische Chronica, anno 1585, Spangeberg Cyriacus Sächssische Chronica : Darin[n]en Ordentlich begriffen der Alten Teutschen, Sachssen, Schwaben, Francken, Thüringer . Königen vnd Fürsten, [etc.] Sampt allerhandt Politischen Händeln vnd Geschichten . / Verfasser: Spangenberg, Cyriacus 1528-1604 Franckfort am Mayn : in Verlegung Sigmundt Feyerabends, 1585 Gedruckt zu Franckfort am Mayn, in Verlegung Sigmundt Feyerabends, im Jar M. D. LXXXV. Kolophon: . bey Christoff Raben, [6] Bl., 728 S., [7] Bl., fol., 35x22 cm. Ledereinband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln (leicht berieben und beschabt, Schließen fehlen) mit reichlicher Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und fläckig, die ersten Seiten stärker wasserrandig. Zwei Blatt der Vorrede durch gute Kopien ergänzt. Vorsatz erneuert. Erste Ausgabe d. Sächsischen Chronica ADB:Spangenberg, Cyriacus "Spangenberg: Cyriacus S., Dichter, theologischer und historischer Schriftsteller des 16. Jahrhunderts. Er war ein Sohn, wahrscheinlich der jüngste Sohn des Johannes S. (s. u.) und wurde am 7. Juni 1528 in Nordhausen geboren. Vom Vater vorbereitet, besuchte er die von diesem gegründete und damals von Basilius Faber geleitete Lateinschule und bezog im Frühjahr 1542 bereits die Universität Wittenberg, unter den glücklichsten Auspicien: Johannes Spangenberg stellte den Sohn den ihm befreundeten Reformatoren persönlich vor, und das Interesse Luther’s und Melanchthon’s hat ihn durch seine Studienzeit begleitet. Er seinerseits wurde ein begeisterter Schüler und liebevoller Bewunderer Luther’s, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-10-11 10:51:03
Glanville, Ranulf de; Saint German, Christopher
1604. James Bradley Thayer's Copy of "The First Classical Textbook of English Law" Bound with a Latin Edition of Doctor and Student Glanville, Ranulf de [d. 1190]. Tractatus de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Regni Angliae, Tempore Regis Henrici Secundi Compositus, Iusticiae Gubernacula Tenente Illustri Viro Ranulpho de Glanvilla Iuris Regni & Antiquarum Consuetudinum eo Tempore Peritissimo. Et Illas Solum Leges Continet & Consuetudines Secundum quas Placitatur in Curia Regis ad Scaccarium & Coram Insticiis Ubicunque Fuerint. Qui nunc Imprimitur Post 50. Annos a Priori & Prima Impressione, Quia in Pluribus Concordat cum Antiquo Libro Legum Scotie Vocato Regiam Majestatem Precipue in Locis Hoc Signo Notatis *. Cum Diversis Manuscriptis Nuper Examinatis: Cum Duplici Indice; Uno Alphabetice in Principio Libri; Altero Summorum Capitulorum in Fine. [London: Printed by A. Islip for] Thomas Wight, 1604. [ix], 116, [17] ff. [Bound with] Saint German (Germain), Christopher [1460?-1540]. Dialogus de Fundamentis Legum Angliae et de Conscientia. Per Christopherum de Sancto Germano Communiter Seyngerman Confectus, Cuius Mentio est in Principio Secundi Libri Dialogorum Inter Sacrae Theologiae Doctorem et Studentem Legum Angliae. [London?]: In Aedibus Thomae Wight, 1604. [iv], 73, [3] ff. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Handsome period-style calf, blind rules to boards, blind fillets to spine. Attractive woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting and foxing in some places, bookseller description affixed to front pastedown. Owner signature of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-10-06 20:30:54
Harry, George Owen
London: Imprinted by Simon Stafford for Thomas Salisbury, 1604. First edition. Hardcover. g to g+. Octavo. 40, 49-58pp (Text), [8] leaves (plates), [59]-60pp. 19th-century gilt-stamped calf, with gold lettering to spine. Dentelles. Title vignette. Decorative initials and tailpiece. "The Genealogy of the High and Mighty Monarch, James … King of great Brittayne, &c. with his lineall descent from Noah, by divers direct lynes to Brutus..." was intended to show the capability of King James I, as shown by his ancestry, to rule over all the countries of Great Britain. It was compiled at the request of Robert Holland, a Pembrokeshire clergyman, who supplied an introductory letter addressed to the king. The genealogy traced the Stuart descent via Cadwaladr and Brutus to Noah (and so by implication to Adam), thus underlining the Britishness of the royal heredity and the divine and patriarchal nature of kingship. A dedication by Holland (lacking in this copy) spoke of the Druids as 'the first Founders of Philosophy in Europe.' This volume contains the eight leaves of plates, but lacks the folded table. Also lacking is the Dedication page by Robert Holland, and the seven pages of Notes (61-67). Spine heavily rubbed. Minor and sporadic rubbing to covers. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper (Leland N. Carlson). Title remargined. Contemporary previous owner's name (Edward Drier) in ink on title, at upper margin and at verso of two plates (not affecting lettering or images). Fore-edge of several pages repaired. Binding and interior in overall good to g … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-10-01 14:22:46
CONTII Antonii & GOTHOFREDI Dionysii (Denis GODEFROY), ACCURSII
1604. relié. DeCollection. Lugduni, Sumptibus Petri Landry, 1604. Fort in folio, reliure plein veau roux, dos à nerfs à fleurons et titre doré, plat avec couronne fleurie et filet dorés sur les plats, page de titre imprimée en noir et rouge, grande vignette centrale, texte sur deux colonnes avec nombreuses gloses, lettrines historiées, 6 f, 324 col., 4 f., 640 col., 10 f., 198 col., 8 f., 564 col. Restauration habile de la reliure. Plats tachés. Page de garde restaurée, 1 feuillet avec petite déchirure sans manque, rousseurs et texte oxydé. D. Gothofredi (Paris 1549 - Strasbourg 1622) étudie le droit à Paris, Louvain, Cologne, Heidelberg, Orléans. Donne des cours à l?'Académie de Genève. Son grand oeuvre ?"Corpus Juris Civilis?" édition commentée de l?'intégralité de la codification de l?'Empereur Justinien. Cet ouvrage comptera plus de 50 éditions distinctes ! Gothofredi en donnera lui-même 3 éditions distinctes avec la glose en 1587, la nôtre en est la seconde. Fat Fo in full calf binding, ribbed spine with gilt fleurons & title, gilt fillet & small gilt oval crown of flowers on boards, red & black printed title page with large vignette, text in 2 columns and gloss, historical letters, [6], 324 col., [4], 640 col., [10], 198 col., [8], 564 col. Some flaws : skillfull repair of the spine, spoted boards, restaured initial blank, small tear without loss on one leaf, throughout foxing and browning.
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2015-09-30 13:44:46
Theocritus; Heinsii, Danielis [ed.]
Heidelberg Ex Bibliopolio Commeliniano 1604. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed and spine with some abrasions. Contents firm [First Edition] Leather cover 220mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). 28, 432pp, + errata. Title page printers device. Latin introduction. Text in Greek with parallel Latin translation.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2015-09-30 01:19:18
- Kupferstich v. Cyprianus Eichovius (Eickhovius) aus Delitiarum Germaniae . b. Cornelius Sutorius in Oberursel, 1604, 9 x 12,5 Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses, Eich 3, 25. - Zeigt die Grafschaft Mansfeld. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Extrem seltene Karte! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
2015-09-29 10:48:01
Oderborn Paul, 1579-1604
Oderborn Paul, 1579-1604. Oderborn, Paul Des Grausamen Tyrannen Johannis Basilidis . L. Die seltene Barockausgabe der Vita Iwans des Schrecklichen Oderborn, Paul. Des Grausamen Tyrannen Johannis Basilidis, sonst Iwan Wasilowitz genant, gewesenen Czaars in der Moschkau, Leben und Thaten. Aus dem Lateinischen ins Teutsche übersetzet. Aus der alten und neuen Kirchen-Historie deutlich und gründlich zusammen getragen und heraus gegeben. 2 Teile in 1 Band. 8 Bl., 307 S., 6 Bl.; 155 S. (S. 119-122 fehlen), 6 Bl. Ohne das gestochene Frontispiz-Portrait. 15,4 x 9 cm. Pergament d. Z. (stärker fleckig, leicht angeschmutzt) mit schwarz geprägtem RTitel und kleinem Wappensupralibros auf dem VDeckel mit Monogramm "C. H. V. R.". Erfurt, Johann Christian Wohlfart, 1698. VD 17, 3:602314G. Vgl. Winkelmann 622. Adelung I, 91. Recke-Napiersky III, 340f. – Eine von drei Druckvarianten der seltenen ersten Biographie über Iwan Grosny, Iwan IV. Wassiljewitsch, genannt "Iwan der Schreckliche" (1530-1584), den ersten Großfürsten von Moskau, der sich zum Zaren von Russland krönen ließ. Verfasser war der aus Pommern stammende Theologe Paul Oderborn (1579-1604), der 1587 als Prediger in Riga und dann als Hofprediger und Superintendent tätig war. Die erste Ausgabe seines Hauptwerks über Iwan den Schrecklichen, die zugleich eine der wichtigsten historischen Quellen für den Livländer Krieg von 1558-1582 darstellt, war bereits 1585 erschienen. "Sein Hauptwerk ist das, mit sichtlicher Partheilichkeit, vielleicht selbst Übertreibung, geschriebene Leben des Grossfürsten Iwan Wassiljewitsch "(Adelung). – Es fe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-09-28 21:23:10
HENISCHIO Georgio (HENISCH Georges)
1604. relié. DeCollection. Augustae vindelicorum, 1604. Petit in/8 reliure plein vélin du temps, titre manuscrit sur le dos, 4 ff., 233 p., 12 ff., 2 feuillets dépliants intercalés p. 10 et 58. Joli ex-libris en page de garde “plus penser que dire”. Galeries d'insectes décroissantes sur 12 feuillets à partir de la page 217. Un ex-libris armorié en page de garde "Plus penser que dire". Exemplaire très frais. G. Henisch, philologue et mathématicien hongrois (1549-1618) Il professa la logique et les mathématiques à Augsbourg, revêtit plusieurs dignités universitaires dans cette ville dont il devint également le bibliothécaire. Son ouvrage le plus important est le Thésaurus Lingues et sapientix Germanicus. 8vo in full contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine, [4], 223 p., [12], 2 folded sheets. Coat of arms on paste-down "Plus penser que dire". A mint copy. The author (1549-1618), philologist & mathematician, taught logic & mathematics in Augsburg where he also was Librarian and had several University dignitaries. His most famous work is "Thésaurus Lingues et sapientix Germanicus".
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2015-09-12 10:30:15
LIÈGE (Luik, Lüttich) / Belgien (Belgium / la Belgique):
Kupferstich v. Cyprianus Eichovius (Eickhovius) aus Delitiarum Germaniae . b. Cornelius Sutorius in Oberursel, 1604, 9 x 12 Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses. Die Kölner Schule der Atlaskartographie 1570-1610, 21. - Extremely rare map from Liège!!
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2015-09-06 18:01:11
GUICCIARDINI Francesco / PORCACCHI Tommaso / NANNINI Remigio
n Trevigi : appresso Fabritio Zanetti // In Treviso, Appresso Fabritio Zanetti 1604 - cm. 21 x 15,7 Francesco Guicciardini è il principale autore dei libri; suoi commentatori sono 1) Tommaso Porcacchi, letterato (Castiglion Fiorentino 1530 - Venezia 1585). Autore di opere poetiche, storiche, erudite, curò (soprattutto per G. G. [.] Due libri, ognuno con front. e numerazione proprie, in un unico tomo. Iniziali e fregi xil. Marca editoriale: due colonne avvolte da un nastro con motto: Plus ultra. Il tutto dentro cartiglio. [.] 1 volume 1300 complessive pp. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 15% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 600,00 euro. Molto buono, con tracce del tempo e dell'uso Pergamena con tassello al dorso su cui insiste il titolo insieme con fregi. Il tassello non è integro
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2015-08-27 15:27:13
MORENNE Claude de
Paris: Pierre Bertault, 1604. Fine. Pierre Bertault, Paris 1604, in-8 (11x17,5cm), 4 parties reliées en un volume. - The very rare first collected edition, first in parts, of the works of Claude de Morenne (1550-1606), preacher to King Henri IV and Bishop of Sées. Contemporary cream-colored supple vellum, spine with fillets and little gilt fleurons, double gilt fillet frame to covers, all edges gilt. One tiny wormhole to top edge. This collection is dedicated to Secretary of State Villeroy and contains, as well as various Funeral Orations and Eulogies (124 ff.), the Cantiques spirituels (77 pp.), the Quatrains (20 pp.) and les Poemes divers (104 pp.). Engraved ex libris with the initials PR and a device of Notre Dame protecting France with the genealogy of the French kings. A very good copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Très rare première édition collective, en partie originale, des œuvres de Claude de Morenne (1550-1606), prédicateur du roi Henri IV et évêque de Sées. Reliure de l'époque en plein vélin crème souple. Dos lisse orné de filets et petits fleurons dorés. Double filet doré en encadrement des plats. Toutes tranches dorées. Un infime trou de ver sur la tranche de tête du volume. Le recueil est dédié au secrétaire Villeroy et comprend, outre divers Oraisons funebres et tombeaux (124 ff.), les Cantiques spirituels (77 pp.), les Quatrains (20 pp.) et les Poemes divers (104 pp.). Ex-libris gravé portant les initiales PR et la devise Notre-Dame protège la France et la lignée de nos rois. Bel exemplaire.
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2015-08-11 18:36:52
PLUTARQUE de CHAERONEE & AMYOT Jacques (translaté)
1604. relié. DeCollection. A Paris, chez François Gueffier, 1604. 2 forts volumes petit in/8 reliure plein veau , dos à nerfs à fleurons dorés, fer sur les plats ; vol.1 : 16 f., 1181 p., 23 f., 25 vignettes (profils de médaillons) in-texte - vol.2 : 1294 p., 25 vignettes. Belle typographie, et agréable reliure du temps habilement restaurée. Quelques erreurs de numérotation des feuillets, défaut de papier affectant une petite partie du texte p. 807 ; quelques rares manque de papier en bordure de feuillet ; quelques feuillets oxydés. 2 fat volumes 8vo in full calf, ribbed spine with small gilt flowerhead, gilt tool on boards, vol. 1 : [16], 1181 p., [23], 25 vignettes - vol. 2 : 1294 p., 25 vignettes. Very few flaws : a kind renovation of the binding, some errors of pagination as usual ; a small paper flaw affecting the text on p. 807 (vol.1) ; some oxydized sheets.
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2015-08-01 14:20:57
Claude de MORENNE
Very rare first edition partly original collective, partly original, of works by Claude Morenne (1550-1606), preacher of King Henry IV and Bishop of Sees.Binding of full cream vellum flexible time. Back smooth decorated with gilded nets and small florets. Double golden thread coaching boards. All edges gilt.A tiny wormhole on the head of the volume slice.The collection is dedicated to the secretary Villeroy and includes, besides various tombs and funeral orations (124 ff.) Spiritual Songs (77 pp.), The Quatrains (20 pp.) And miscellaneous Poems (104 pp.). Bookplate engraved with the initials PR and currency Our Lady protect France and the line of kings.Beautiful copy. Pierre Bertault Paris 1604 in-8 (11x17,5cm) 4 parties reliées en un volume
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2015-07-12 23:54:10
Hondorff, Andreas:
Wittenberg, Selfisch und Seuberlich 1604.. Mit Titelholzschnitt und einigen Textholzschnitten. 904 S., 20 Bll. Manuskriptprgt. des 15. Jhdts. 20 x 17 cm. VD17 12:105681Y; Graesse III, 342; Henning, Faust-Bibliographie I, 731. Vgl. Goedeke II,127. Hayn-Got. III, 340f: "Dieses Werk darf mit Fug und Recht eine bisher wohl kaum bearbeitete literarische und kulturgeschichtliche Fundgrube genannt werden ... Namentlich viel über Ehebruch, Mord, Zauberei, Teufel, Juden". Beschreibt u.a. auch Faust und andere Schwarzkünstler. - Der interessante Einband fleckig und etwas berieben. Tls. leicht fleckig.
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2015-06-14 14:31:57
Hondorff, Andreas:
Wittenberg, Selfisch und Seuberlich 1604.. Mit Titelholzschnitt und einigen Textholzschnitten. 904 S., 20 Bll. Manuskriptprgt. des 15. Jhdts. 20 x 17 cm.. VD17 12:105681Y; Graesse III, 342; Henning, Faust-Bibliographie I, 731. Vgl. Goedeke II,127. Hayn-Got. III, 340f: "Dieses Werk darf mit Fug und Recht eine bisher wohl kaum bearbeitete literarische und kulturgeschichtliche Fundgrube genannt werden ... Namentlich viel über Ehebruch, Mord, Zauberei, Teufel, Juden". Beschreibt u.a. auch Faust und andere Schwarzkünstler. - Der interessante Einband fleckig und etwas berieben. Tls. leicht fleckig.
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2015-05-13 18:16:02
Catholic Church. Pope, 1294–1303 (Bonifacius VIII)
Venetiis: Sub signo Aquilae renovantis Folio. [4] ff., 948, 384, 396 numb. col., [12] ff., lacking a blank.. 1604 This is a collection of the decretals of Boniface VIII, born Benedict Gaetani (ca. 1235–1303, pope from 1294). Boniface was a distinguished canonist and defender of the rights of the papacy. He did much to organize canon law, compiling the decrees of his predecessors into five books, to which he added his own Liber Sextus ("sixth book"). To Boniface's own decretals were later appended the Constitutiones of Boniface's immediate successor, Clement V (reigned 1305–14), the Extravagantes of John XXII (reigned 1316–1334), and finally, in 1500–1503, the Extravagantes Communes. The works in this volume form the third of three volumes—together with the Decretum of Gratianus and the Decretales of Gregory IX—printed by the Socios Aquilae Renovantis in 1604 as part of a complete set of the Corpus Juris Canonici or code of canon law. In this edition the legal text is surrounded by commentary, to which supplementary sidenotes have been added. It is printed with an ornate, very large woodcut printer's device on the title-page, and historiated woodcut initials. Half vellum over green paper with a brown leatherette title label. Title-page has a tear from the base of the page into the imprint information, repaired on the verso with paper. Inked marginalia in one place, fol. *2r. Occasional spots of foxing and staining, most noticeably on the title-page and first few leaves.
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2015-05-12 15:01:16
Eger, Johann[es].
(Colophon: printed in Eißleben, Saxony, [by Jacob Gaubisch]), 1604.. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). Title-page in red and black with a border built up from cast arabesque fleurons, all other pages in a frame of rules, 9 woodcut illustrations in the text (about 3.5 x 5 cm), 3 woodcut tailpieces (plus repeats), numerous decorated gothic initials (2 series), numerous decorations built up from cast arabesque fleurons. Set in fraktur types with passages in rotunda and incidental roman and italic.[16], 229, [9], [2 blank] pp. Recased in a stiff vellum wrapper made from a bifolium out of a 16th-century liturgical manuscript (in a textura hand with red and blue "Lombardic" uncial initials and "ysaye" (Isaiah) in red), sewn on 2 leather straps laced through the wrappers and with remnants of straps to hold the book closed, cut flush with the book block at the head and foot, but with flaps folded over the fore-edge.. Rare first edition of a German verse account of the travels of Mary, Joseph and especially Jesus, including descriptions of Palestine and Jerusalem, with 9 woodcut illustrations. Eger (1534-1613), originally from Bischofswerder (now Biskupiec, Poland), was a minister of the Lutheran church in Colmnitz, Saxony. The book does not name its printer, but the colophon explicitly says it was "gedruckt zu Eißleben" in 1604. Gaubisch appears to have been the only printer active at that date in Eißleben, best known as the birthplace of Martin Luther and now called Lutherstadt Eisleben. We have found one of the woodcut tailpieces in a book from the same year that explicitly says it was pri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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